Full Spectrum Enhanced CBG Tincture
Our proprietary Full Spectrum Enhanced CBG Tincture combines all the cannabinoids, terpenes, and flavonoids of the hemp plant. We’ve created our 3000 mg & 6000 mg formula to include an enhanced percentage of CBG. Consisting of CBD, CBG, and all of the minor cannabinoids, this formula will in turn provide a host of other anti-inflammatories, the most powerful symptom relief on the global market.
Cannabinoids are compounds
that are found in the cannabis plant. They interact with the body's Endocannabinoid System, which is responsible for various physiological and cognitive processes. There are many different cannabinoids, each with its unique properties. The most well-known Cannabinoids are Cannabidiol (CBD) and Cannabigerol (CBG).
Cannabidiol is a chemical found in the Cannabis sativa plant. It does not contain Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the psychoactive ingredient found in marijuana that produces a high. Many people across the globe use CBD for various ailments, including pain relief, sleep, and general wellness. On the other hand, CBG
works by binding to both receptors where it’s thought to strengthen the
function of anandamide, a neurotransmitter that plays a role in enhancing pleasure and motivation, regulating appetite and sleep, and alleviating pain. CBG may affect certain chemicals in the body to lower cholesterol, protect the brain and nerves, and reduce swelling. There is interest in using CBG for abnormal levels of cholesterol or blood fats, Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD), and to stimulate the appetite.
Terpenes, also known as isoprenoids, are the essential oils responsible for cannabis's unique aromatic profile. Terpenes are composed of repeating units called isoprenes. In the cannabis plant, these essential oils ward off insect predators and protect them from environmental stresses. For humans, terpenes are proving to be robust therapeutic agents. Research has centered on cannabinoids because terpenes comprise most of cannabis’ chemical content. However, terpenes in the cannabis plant have been shown to work synergistically with cannabinoids in a process known as the “Entourage Effect.”
Flavonoids are various compounds found naturally in many fruits and vegetables. Flavonoids are rich in antioxidant activity and can help the body ward off everyday toxins. Flavonoids help regulate cellular activity and fight off free radicals that cause oxidative stress on the body. In simpler terms, they help the body function more efficiently while protecting it against everyday toxins and stressors.
Endocannabinoid System (ECS)
The ECS comprises a vast network of chemical signals and cellular receptors that are densely packed throughout our brains and bodies. The "cannabinoid" receptors in the brain — the CB receptors — outnumber many other receptor types in the brain. They act like traffic cops to control the levels and activity of most of the other neurotransmitters. The other primary cannabinoid found in cannabis is Cannabidiol (CBD). CBD doesn’t make you “high” and typically
doesn’t cause any adverse effects. Unlike other cannabinoids, CBD does not bind to receptors in the endocannabinoid system. The most basic way CBD works with the body is by blocking the breakdown of endocannabinoids, allowing the body to use more of what it’s already naturally producing.
The body is exposed to various diseases, infections, viruses, and bacteria daily. Even the most common illness might be fatal without an immune system. Cannabidiol can help boost the immune system. Research has proven that CBD includes anti-inflammatory properties and can
work as an immunosuppressant and immunomodulator. Also, CBD can help modulate or suppress the functioning and secretion of cytokines. Large groups of proteins are secreted in the body’s immune system. It helps to regulate inflammation, immunity, and the production of white blood cells.
Inflammation & Joint Support
CBD has been shown to provide relief from several different inflammatory conditions. It's an effective method of giving the immune and nervous system a break and helping with pain and the effects of swelling. CBD can relieve the affected area and the rest of the body by reducing the activity in overactive immune responses or neural responses. Early research supports the idea that CBD may help with joint pain in some cases, such as pain due to inflammatory arthritis. According to the Arthritis Foundation, anecdotal evidence suggests that some people with arthritis who use CBD report noticeable pain relief, improved sleep, or reduced anxiety.
The antioxidant properties of CBD may help slow the progression of age-related macular degeneration, and the neuroprotective properties may help some retinal diseases such as retinal ischemia. Besides CBD, our tinctures also contain Lutein which plays a vital role in eye health. Lutein is a powerful antioxidant that protects the body and especially the eyes in numerous ways. Some benefits of Lutein are suppression of inflammation, enhancing the sharpness of vision, improving visual contrast sensitivity, reducing glare impairment, protecting eye tissue from sunlight damage, and more.
Cannabidiol seems to have anti-inflammatory, neuroprotective, analgesic, anxiolytic, and pain-
relieving properties, which can be potential mediators of recovery in athletes during regular training and competition. CBD also speeds up workout recovery. Unlike other anti-
inflammatories, CBD does not harm the stomach lining or increase the rates of specific strokes. Research confirms that CBD suppresses the main contributors to inflammation, swelling, and soreness, potentially protecting muscle cells for growth. The molecule’s delightful sleep enhancement also should make a recovery fast and efficient.
It has been scientifically proven that CBD participates in preventing free radicals by interacting with the endocannabinoid system in the body. CBD seems to be a more effective antioxidant than vitamins C and E and has demonstrated superior neuroprotective properties. Like many other plant compounds, CBD works as an antioxidant to reduce oxidative stress. Research has linked oxidative stress with many age-related diseases throughout the years.
CBD is the second most abundant compound in the Cannabis Sativa plant, and many studies suggest it may indirectly benefit sleep. According to research, CBD might help people with different sleep disorders, including insomnia and restless leg syndrome, as well as other conditions that negatively impact rest. The hypothalamus plays a role in several sleep-related functions, including regulating body temperature and synchronizing sleep patterns. CBD can help people with insomnia because it works with the hypothalamus to handle stress.
The human body contains a complex network of neurotransmitters and cannabinoid receptors known as the Endocannabinoid Receptor System (ECS). Research suggests that cannabinoids, such as CBD and the ECS, may play a role in many bodily processes, such as pain regulation. Like prescription medicines, CBD works by activating receptors in the brain. CBD isn't just a brain-receptor manipulator. It has anti-inflammatory properties; therefore, it addresses symptoms directly at their source rather than just masking the pain.
CBD is known for calming the skin and helping mitigate side effects from other potentially irritating ingredients, professional treatments, and relieving irritation in harsh climates. All skin types and conditions will benefit from the routine use of CBD. And because our bodies already produce a kind of cannabinoid, CBD naturally works well with the body’s systems. Some other benefits of CBD are reducing inflammation, improving skin hydration, protecting against environmental damage, soothing skin irritation, and controlling oil production.
CBD interacts with the cannabinoid type 1 receptor (CB1R), the serotonin 5-HT1A receptor, and other receptors in the brain that regulate fear and anxiety-induced behaviors. Research also found preclinical and clinical evidence that established CBD as an effective treatment for numerous types of anxiety disorders, including Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD), Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Panic Disorder (PD), Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD), and Social Anxiety Disorder (SAD).
Inflammation is a process by which your body's white blood cells and the things they make protect you from infection from outside invaders, such as bacteria and viruses. But in some
diseases, like arthritis, your body's defense system — your immune system — triggers inflammation when there are no invaders to fight off. Inflammation can be either short-lived (acute) or long-lasting (chronic). Acute inflammation goes away within hours or days. Chronic inflammation can last months or years, even after the first trigger is gone. Chronic inflammation is when your body sends inflammatory cells even when there is no outside danger. For example, in rheumatoid arthritis, inflammatory cells and substances attack joint tissues leading to an inflammation that comes and goes and can cause severe damage to joints with pain and deformities. Living with chronic inflammation, your body’s inflammatory response can eventually damage healthy cells, tissues, and organs. Over time, this can lead to DNA damage, tissue death, and internal scarring. To learn more about inflammation, you may read these articles and studies:
*The Journal of Inflammation:
The oxidation process in the human body damages cell membranes and other structures, including cellular proteins, lipids, and DNA. When oxygen is metabolized, it creates unstable molecules called free radicals, which steal electrons from other molecules, causing damage to DNA and other cells. The body can cope with some free radicals and needs them to function effectively. However, over time, the damage caused by an overload of free radicals may become irreversible and lead to certain diseases. Oxidation is accelerated by stress, cigarette smoking, alcohol, sunlight, pollution, and other factors. Oxidative stress, on the other hand, occurs when there’s an imbalance between free radical activity and antioxidant activity. When functioning correctly, free radicals can help fight off pathogens. Pathogens lead to infections. When more free radicals are present than can be kept in balance by antioxidants, the free radicals can start damaging your body's fatty tissue, DNA, and proteins. Proteins, lipids, and DNA make up a large part of your body, so that damage can lead to many diseases over time. To learn more about oxidation, oxidative stress, and free radicals, you may read these articles and studies:
*Free radicals, antioxidants in disease and health:
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Place ¼ dropper underneath the tongue (sublingual) for 60 seconds before swallowing. Start with twice daily (am/pm) and titrate/adjust dose to maximize benefits.
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